Sunday, March 07, 2021

Why Vistara's decision to induct mono-class aircraft a double-edged sword

The landing of VT-TYA in India marked another beginning for Vistara -- the TATA-SIA joint venture which completed six years of operations this January. The aircraft is configured in 180 all-economy seats as put out by fleet-tracking websites. While this looks diametrically opposite to its last major induction - the A321neo in July 2021, which saw the airline become the only airline in South Asia to offer lie-flat beds on narrowbody, Vistara had long planned to have a mono-class sub-fleet.

While it is worth investing in multiple fleet types so that the right aircraft can be deployed on the right market, the critical thing here is the timing. Read >>

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